Saturday, November 24, 2007

Poker Conversations and more

  • Expensive weddings
  • Stiff legs (2 or 3?)
  • Vegas in less than 2 weeks
  • Hollywood, CA
  • Brian should find something more interesting to do (than text us messages)
  • Vegas in less than 2 weeks
  • What to do with an English Degree
  • Aruba reading
  • "Is it time to play Omaha yet?"

For a good while last night, it seemed that I couldn't get a good hand unless someone else got a better one. I ran into AA three times with quality pairs (KK, QQ, and JJ). A few other times, I was able to give the right read and get away without losing my stack, but not often enough.

Thankfully, I was not involved in the worst hand of the night. I don't remember all of the cards perfectly and I don't remember the pre-flop action. They saw a flop of KJK. I know Nate started out with AA and Falstaff had a typical Falstaff hand of Q10 or Q9. In any case, there were three players as LA Lindsey was also hanging around and calling every bet. Finally, by the river, Falstaff had put both Nate and Lindsey all-in and showed his turned straight. Nate showed his AA in disappointment. Lindsey started to muck and showed what she thought was trip kings. "No", I said, "that's a full house." Lindsey, who couldn't read her flopped full house, took a pot worth 200+ credits. Ouch. She finished the night up about 220.

Me, I lost 50 or so. Oh well, Vegas is only 12 days away.


briangre said...

remember it was 10am on a saturday and I'd just changed hotels... what better was there to do?

oh yeah.. and 12 days is still too long.. it needs to hurry

Tcsparky said...
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Falstaff said...

Just for the record, it was A-Q. And that hand still makes me wanna throw up in my mouth a little.